Kazimir Severínovich Malevich

Portrait of a Female, 1992 — has been chosen to receive information. Please, fill the fields of the following form and DADA will contact you.
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Lithograph after Kazimir Severínovich Malevich’s painting ‘Portrait of a Female’, 1928-1932.

Printed by Atelier Mourlot, the famed Parisian printers noted for their close collaboration with artists.
Commissioned by the Galerie Gerard Piltzer (Paris) in 1992 with permission of the Russian State Museum of Leningrad.

Embossed with the stamp of Mourlot Paris, Galerie Gerard Piltzer and Russian State Museum.

Numbered 435/2000.

The lithographs were printed from the paintings so the reproduction is close to the original and were printed with the excellent color and detail that Mourlot are noted for.

In good original condition, with minor wear consistent with age and use.

Kazimir Severinovich Malevich (1878-1935) was a Russian painter and art theoretician. He was a Pioneer of geometric abstract art and the originator of the avant-garde Suprematist movement.

Mourlot Studios was a commercial print shop founded in 1852 by the Mourlot family and located in Paris, France. It was also known as Imprimerie Mourlot, Mourlot Freres and Atelier Mourlot. Founded by Francois Mourlot, it started off producing wallpaper. Later, his son Jules Mourlot would expand the business to handle the production of chocolate labels for companies such as Chocolat Poulain, as well as ledgers, maps and stationary. Starting in the 1920s, Jules’ son, Fernand Mourlot, converted one of the locations into a studio dedicated to printing Fine art lithography.